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We're told Pentecostal churches like Hillsong are growing in Australia, but they're not anymore – is there a gender problem?

By Rosie Clare Shorter, PhD candidate, Religion and Society Research Cluster, Western Sydney University
Tanya Riches, Research, Training and Development Officer, Centre for Disability Studies, University of Birmingham
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The latest Australian census shows a decrease in affiliation with Pentecostal churches, despite the ‘boom’ narrative. Women seem to be leaving: gender inequality and abuses of power are having an impact.The Conversation

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